Basic Specs

Thickness 0.6 inches
Weight 0.41 pounds
Form factor Slider
Physical keypad QWERTY
Screen size (diagonal) 3.7 inches
Carriers T-Mobile
Operating system Android
Launch OS version 2.2

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Tech Specs

Also Known As...

Alias T-Mobile G2
FCC ID NM8PC10100, NM8PC10110, NM8PC10120


Height 4.7 inches
Width 2.4 inches
Thickness 0.6 inches
Weight 0.41 pounds
Form factor Slider
Color Gray / Silver / Black / White
Slide orientation Landscape
Physical keypad QWERTY
Loudspeaker Yes


Screen size (diagonal) 3.7 inches
Technology LCD
Pixel arrangement RGB
Resolution (Y) 800 px
Resolution (X) 480 px
PPI 252
Touchscreen type Capacitive


Carriers T-Mobile
GSM frequencies supported 1900, 1800, 900, 850
UMTS frequencies supported 2100, 1700
Max WWAN downlink speed 14.4 Mbps
Max WWAN uplink speed 5.76 Mbps
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi support 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b
802.11n frequencies 2.4GHz
Bluetooth Yes
Bluetooth version Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR


Manufacturer Qualcomm
Brand / family Snapdragon
Model MSM 7230
Clock speed 800 MHz
Number of cores 1


RAM size 512 MB


Internal size 4 GB
External Yes
Max external size 32 GB
External type microSD

Rear Camera

Resolution 5 megapixels
Flash LED
Focus type Autofocus
Video resolution 720p
Video framerate 30


Operating system Android
Launch OS version 2.2
Notable apps Swype


Headphone jack 3.5mm
Other ports Micro USB


Sensors Compass (Magnetometer), Proximity, Ambient light, Accelerometer


Capacity 1300 mAh
Removable Yes

Bundled accessories

Bundled accessories 8GB microSD

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  • 8.0
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    Reviewed by Darth Something Cool But Evil (Previously owned)

    The G2 was/is a fantastic phone whichever way you looked at it. It had great premium construction, with brushed aluminum accents and matte gray soft-touch poly-like material. I woint go so far as to say it looked beautiful, but it was elegantly premium. and it looked like it meant business.

    It's stand out feature was the slide-out keyboard... which to be totally fair i never ended up using. Not because it wasnt great, it was perhaps the best, slide-out keyboard period. The z-hinge felt flimsy, but was in fact very sturdy as time went on, it certainly proved it's worth.

    The phone ran stock froyo on release and as such was extremely fast and responsive, even compared to higher end products with faster cpu's than it's 800mhz rumbler. When it was updated to stock gingerbread many months later, the performance was still fast... though not quite as fast as before, but the standby battery time jumped almost 2 fold. Where i was charging my battery every 24-28 hours, i was now charging every 36-48 hours. To be fair my use can be classified as moderate and not heavy. But The most noticeable difference was the standby discharge, which was now negligible even with wifi on.

    It had a pretty decent 3.7 inch screen, if not as spectacular as the amoleds, but it had very accurate color reproduction and high levels of brightness. and a very useful optical trackpad for navigation, with a built in notification light that pulsed with new notifications, an example of the attention to the little things.

    I was disappointed that it didnt have a front facing camera though... that would have been a nice (if relatively unused) feature that was becoming standard in most new phones of the time.

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